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1.3.3.a Control Panel
Skrevet af Christina Christensen d. 22 May 2012 13:45

With LiveConnect CDS control panel, you always have a full overview of the status of his plays PCs. From here you can see how many are online, when there were last contacted them, and when the last time, has received new content. In addition, it is also through. control panel to choose which content package each player PCs to display.

The control panel is accessed by clicking on the tab "Control Panel" at the top of LiveConnect CDS.

The first thing you see when you open the control panel is a summary of the status of the units were created in the system. The list is grouped units after the last time has been contact with them.

 

 1. Status of units:

In LiveConnect CDS foresees 3 status levels:

  • GREEN: Everything is in order! There is regular contact with the device.
  • Yellow: Beware! There has been no contact to the device over the last 10 opdateringscyklusser.
  • RED: Warning! There has been no contact to the device for 24 hours.

These levels are used to quickly get an overview of whether there are problems with one or more devices on the network.

 NB.: You should be aware of that status only indicates whether the device is online on the Internet, and contacts LiveConnect CDS as it should, and NOT for example if the screen is on or off!

 

Check-in:

Indicates the last time when there was contact to the device.

 

New content:

Indicates when the unit finally was told there was new content (top) and when it was finished downloading content down (bottom).

 For a device can display anything on screen, you must first connect it with a content channel.

  

This is done as follows:

  1. Click the device you want to change the contents of the box "Folders and devices."
  2. Select the content channel you want the device shows in the "Change content channel".
  3. Click on "Change content channel".

The unit will now, next time it contacts the server, be notified of the content channel is changed and start to download the new content down.

 

2. Changing content on the devices:

For a device can display anything on screen, you must first connect it with a content channel.

This is done as follows:

  1. Click the device you want to change the contents of the box "Folders and devices."
  2. Select the content channel you want the device shows in the "Change content channel".
  3. Click on "Change the channel content."

 

 3. E-mail notification:

With notificeringsfunktionen allows you to enter your e-mail address and get a message every time the status of one of your units will change. This allows you to quickly respond to problems and optimize the uptime of the system.

 

To be notified of status changes, you must do the following:

  1. Select the "Email notification" in the "Control Panel" under "Tools."
  2. Enter your email address in the "Email".
  3. Select the devices you wish to be notified of the box "Select Devices".
  4. Choose whether you want the message to both red and yellow status change, or only in red.
  5. Click "Add Observer".

Your email address will now be added notificeringslisten and you will begin to receive status messages from the system. You can add as many email addresses you want to notificeringslisten.

Do you have one or more units as it has not been possible to connect the internet you can update them manually by downloading the content onto a USB stick and insert it into the USB port on the device.

 

4. To download a content channel, do the following:

  1. Select "Download content" in the "Control Panel".
  2. Click the "Download" next to the content package you wish to download.
  3. Click "Save".
  4. Select the root of your USB stick and click "Save."

You will now download a ZIP file containing the channel to your USB stick. To transfer content to your player device, simply insert your USB stick into your USB port - then LiveConnect CDS MediaPlayer software even register with contents of the channel and install it on your device.

?NB.: If the download does not automatically start, it may be because Windows must first install the driver for the USB stick. This is done automatically, but means you when installation is complete must insert the USB stick again to start the download.

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